In what is perhaps the most shining example of obsession and geekiness I have ever seen, a fella by the name of Bradster has 36 World of WarCraft accounts that he plays on 11 computers simultaneously. He mainly seems to be doing it because he doesn’t like to rely on so many other people to get a raid going, which includes attacking the Alliance capital cities, and on that front I can totally see where he’s coming from.
I hate those Alliance douchebags too, but I’m not about to drop $5711 per year like Bradster is. The best way to get to them is to just live well, right? Well, Bradster doesn’t appear to be letting the Alliance off the hook so easily, as he plans on picking up 36 copies of Wrath of the Lich King on day one, spending around $1500, just so he can have a raid group of level 80 Shamans terrorizing Stormwind as soon as possible.
Here is the article.
Wow, just wow, seriously. That guy must have no life. His setup, as godly as it is, its amazing, but holy fucking shit. How much time do you need to have to play 36 accounts? I thought I would share this with the WoW community of this website, because people may say you are addicted to WoW, but show them this and show them a real WoW addict.
This is his setup.
WTF SCARY!!! theres sum guy at school who doesnt come to school 4/5 days and we think hes fucked up, but this guy should just like.........wire himself up to life support so he doesnt have to leave his chair. how does he control all of those computers at the same time?
I hate the news, it's always showing people who does what they want for all the retards to lay crap on them for what they are doing.
Btw "He needs to get a life" this saying I've mostly heard from people who should do it them selves.
I find it funny how people are saying he has no life when he probably plays just as much as some people but hes doing 36 account simultaneously so really hes playing 1 account but 35 are doing the same thing, money wise if he can afford it then let the man do what he wants.
With all the money he is forking out to play that game, there are other hobbies he could look into, less expensive hobbies yes, but this is just a prime example of what that game does to some people. But if he likes what he is doing, then let him do it.